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Tony Blair Recalled to Iraq Inquiry

Tony Blair has been ordered back to the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war for further questioning.

In his first appearance in January, the former prime minister said he did not regret assassinating Saddam Hussein and taking control of Iraq in the name of democracy (see the video below).

Eight months later, during his first public interview for three years, he suggested a war with Iran is inevitable as the country poses a threat similar to Iraq pre-Saddam.

Ex-foreign secretary Jack Straw will join Blair to answer questions during a further round of public hearings between January 18 and February 4 at the QEII Conference Centre in central London.

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